For Love of Evil - Piers Anthony Yeah, four stars. I don’t care. I dig it. Anthony makes a fairly complex character with his sorcerer-monk-Satan character, Parry. Mixing in a millenia's worth of history in the battle between Good and Evil, the motivations and machinations of the Incarnation of Evil are layered in a way to tie it in to the previous five books. Anthony does an admirable job making a cohesive story which can span several hundred years. Plus, his take on the role of morality for the iconic sin-seller is unique and pretty fearless for a mainstream novel.

This is the writing I remembered and loved about the series as a kid. Thanks, Piers Anthony.